April 10, 2017 - The beautiful Beaux Arts building housing DC Water's Main Pumping Station, as seen from a balcony at F1rst.
October 16, 2016 - Work began in the fall of 2016 on the existing red-brick O Street Pumping Station to turn it into....
March 17, 2019 - The new DC Water Headquarters building, close to the finish line.
March 17, 2019 - The east side of the building.
Jan. 12, 2020
- Checking out the DC Water digs from across the, uh, water.
July 8, 2018 - DC Water's 1st Street SE operations, as seen from Nationals Park.
DC Water, Sliding from to February 2007 to March 2019
How the new HQ building has changed the view from 1st Street at O.
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June 16, 2018 - Looking at the new HQ from the north, showing more clearly how the new building wraps around the existing O Street pumping station.
April 14, 2018 - Old and new.
March 22, 2007 - Standing on N Street SE about one block north of the DC Water footprint, a few weeks before this Southeast Federal Center building was demolished.
May 19, 2019
- The same view, where the historic pumphouse is now easily seen, as is the HQ construction. (Eventually this view will be replaced by Yards development.)
Dec. 3, 2011 -
The eastern side of the Main Pumping Station, as seen from the Yards Park
July 19, 2016 - A 2016 rendering of the new HQ, looking eastward from above along the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail toward the Yards Park. Also visible in this rendering is the new extension of Potomac Avenue at lower right to a new 1 1/2 Street SE.
The site plan, showing the undulating design of the new building that will be wrapped around the existing O Street pumping station. The three white boxes show where two residential buildings and a movie theater
are under development by Forest City as part of the Yards.
A wide view, from above the Anacostia River.
A hint of how the building will look as seen from the Yards Park
A better view of the roof and how the new structure will be built around the existing O Street pumping station.
A ground-level view from a pedestrian plaza that will be in the building's secure zone.
Informational signs on the new Yards/Teague Bridge about DC Water's operations. (11/25/11)
Looking at DC Water's O Street operations as seen from Poplar Point, across the Anacostia River. The new Yards/Teague connector bridge is visible as well. (1/8/12)